Perfume is a combination of many aromatic compounds and solvents with specific essential oils and fixatives.
Overall, this combination produces a nice smell in your environment and on your body. Keeping perfumes in a protected place, away from heat and light, can guarantee a longer shelf life.
Perfume making is a complex process of mixing all necessary ingredients in specific proportions to get the desired effect. Plants, flowers, leaves, and bark are important natural sources of aromatic compounds and different essential oils. Different parts of different plants give different aromas. Orange tree, blossoms, and leaves offer orange oils and petite grain.
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